BSB60907 - Advanced Diploma of Management (HumanResources)
Advanced Diploma of Management (HumanResources)
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who provide leadership and strategic direction in the human resources activities of an organisation. They analyse, design and execute judgements using wide-ranging technical, creative, conceptual or managerial competencies. Their knowledge base may be highly specialised or broad within the human resources field. These individuals are often accountable for group outcomes and for the overall performance of the human resources function of an organisation.
Human Resources Director
Human Resources Strategist
National, Regional or Global Human Resources Manager.
Total number of units = 8
6 core units plus
2 elective units
The 2 elective units may be selected from the elective units listed below, or any currently endorsed Training Package or accredited course at the same qualification level. If not listed below, 1 elective unit may be selected from a Diploma qualification.
Elective units must be relevant to the work outcome, local industry requirements and the qualification level.
There are no entry requirements for this qualification.
Pathways into the qualification
Candidates may enter the qualification through a number of entry points including:
BSB50607 Diploma of Human Resources Management or other relevant qualification/s
with substantial vocational experience in human resources management but without a formal qualification.
Examples of indicative job roles for candidates seeking entry based upon their vocational experience include:
Human Resources Advisor
Human Resources and Change Manager
Human Resources Consultant
Human Resources Manager
Senior Human Resources Officer.
This breadth of expertise would equate to the competencies required to undertake this qualification.
Pathways from the qualification
After achieving this qualification candidates may choose to undertake qualifications at a higher education level.
Licensing, Legislative, Regulatory or Certification Considerations
There is no direct link between this qualification and licensing, legislative and/or regulatory requirements. However, where required, a unit of competency will specify relevant licensing, legislative and/or regulatory requirements that impact on the unit.
The following table contains a summary of the Employability Skills required by industry for this qualification. The Employability Skills facets described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on qualification packaging options.
Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include:
consulting, questioning, clarifying and evaluating information
interpreting customer needs
negotiating budgets and plans and then re-developing as required to meet organisational needs
negotiating with internal and external stakeholders
utilising excellent interpersonal skills, and producing a wide range of reports and making presentations as required
briefing various personnel on their roles and responsibilities regarding the implementation of the marketing plan
coordinating resources and developing systems to manage team and individual performance
defining performance measures and working collaboratively with team members
identifying performance gaps and taking remedial action for underperformance
collecting and analysing data
comparing and contrasting data
conducting situational analyses
developing and managing risk and contingency plans
developing strategies for improvement
performing cost benefit analyses, budgeting, assessing and managing risk
Initiative and enterprise
evaluating and improving market performance
identifying strengths and opportunities within organisation's projected capabilities and resources
Planning and organising
managing human resources strategic planning
collecting, collating and analysing information using appropriate workplace business systems
developing customer acquisition and retention strategies
developing systems that are flexible and responsive to changing circumstances
evaluating processes and making changes as required
planning and managing resource acquisition and deployment within budgetary constraints
planning for contingencies
applying discretion and judgement within complex environments
managing own time and performance
using judgement in planning and in selecting and allocating resources
working within organisational policies and procedures and legislative requirements
coaching and mentoring others to acquire new knowledge and skills
providing learning and development opportunities
creating presentations using a range of media
using computerised systems, software and telecommunication devices
using technology to assist with the management of information and to assist the planning process